The Daily Outkick: Wednesday, October 30, 2019

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Nationals Force World Series Game 7 With Dominant Stephen Strasburg Performance In 7-2 Win (Washington Post) Max Scherzer to start Game 7 for Nationals.

Senators Confront Boeing CEO On Response To 737 MAX Crashes (Wall Street Journal) The plane maker’s chief, Dennis Muilenburg, faced questions about a faulty flight-control system that led to two crashes.

N.C.A.A. Considers Loosening Rules For Athletes Seeking Outside Deals (New York Times) The governing body for college sports appeared to soften its long-held stance that athletes should not profit from their fame. But it gave no details and said any rule changes required much more discussion.

Schiff ‘Interrupted Continually’ To ‘Coach’ Latest Trump Impeachment Witness: Nunes (Fox News) Nunes slammed Schiff, D-Calif., for refusing to allow Republicans to not yet call witnesses of their own, which he also said has never happened to him in Congress.

The Trea Turner Interference Call Didn’t Swing Game 6—But It Will Go Down As The Defining, Bewildering Image Of The 2019 World Series (The Ringer) The controversial seventh-inning ruling upended the contest between the Nationals and Astros, sparking a managerial ejection, a postgame rulebook reading, and more questions than answers.

WarnerMedia’s HBO Max Will Launch For $14.99 A Month In May 2020 (CNBC) HBO Max will launch an advertisement-based on-demand offering in 2021, less than a year after the ad-free version hits the market.

Ohio State’s Chase Young Is Playing Like A Heisman Contender (538) The most dominant college football player on one of the nation’s best teams is a 6-foot-5, 265-pound defensive end.

Obama Dismisses ‘Woke’ Culture, ‘Purity’ Tests As Politically Naive: ‘That’s Not Activism, That’s Not Bringing About Change’ (Mediaite) The former 44th president evoked the 42nd president’s ‘Sister Souljah’ moment, calling out what he perceived as counterproductive, extremist views from the far left.

Key Questions, Takeaways From The NCAA’s NIL Announcement (SI) At first glance, the NCAA’s announcement signals a momentous turning point in collegiate sports. But SI’s legal expert Michael McCann warns that the uncertainty could prove disappointing later on.

Exclusive: Jared Kushner Swings Back At Joe Biden (Axios) Kushner’s swing against Biden came in response to Biden’s remarks during an interview with CBS’ “60 Minutes” over the weekend, when the former vice president said it was “improper” for Trump to appoint his son-in-law Kushner and daughter Ivanka for senior positions in the White House.

ESPN Is Getting Rid Of Musical Performances During The MNF Halftime Show (Awful Announcing) Instead, the time that was used to show musical performances will now be used to show more football analysis.

Man Tries Opening Bank Account With Fake $1M Bill (New York Post) Police in Nebraska are searching for a man who allegedly tried Monday to open an account with a fake $1 million bill.

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